Title: 10 - Masonic Voice Review
The Oldest Masonic Publication in the World
Vol. VII (New Series), No. 1-6, 8-9, 11, 12 Jan.-June, Aug, Sept., Nov. & Dec. 1905.
Publication Information: Published monthly, Chicago, Illinois.
Additional Information: Issue pages are number consecutively. These issues run from 1-272, 305-368, 401-406. Illustrated. Covers are on issues. There are some nice old ads and some ads have illustrations.
Summary: An illustrated monthly magazine of Freemasonry. Contents include: •Frontispieces: Grand Lodge of Idaho (group photo); Rob. Morris, LL.D.; Gen. Geo. M. Moulton, 33 degree; Masonic Temple, Philadelphia; Masonic Temple, Philadelphia; Masonic Home, Utica, N.Y.; Michigan Masonic Home; Gen. Albert Pike 33 degree; Sumner Miller; Henry C. Loomis; Merry Christmas Greeting •Wisdom of King Solomon by Clinton A. Snowden •We Must Live For Others by John C. Bennett •Portraits: W.F. Dickinson; William F. Kuhn; Mrs. Maria Jackson; Calvin L. Brown; Owen D. Thomas; Benjamin L. James; James F. Lawless; O.P. Sperra; Robert A. Quillian; A.T. Stebbins; Thomas G. Fitch; Mrs. Mary A. Watrous; A.T. Stebbins; Thomas G. Fitch; Mrs. Mary A. Watrous; A. Brandenburg; Julia A. Moore; G.S. Ives; Vernon E. Middlebrook; John Rawson; Fletcher E. Turrell; George W. Peck; Meredith Helm; •No Bible Needed, Etc. by Wm. E. Ginther •Poems: A Pretty Good Sort Of World; Completion of Eastern Star; No Friends Like Old Friends; The Square; The Law Of God; Warning To Kickers; Way Worn; A Song Of Toil; Heroes Who Go Unsung; Way Worn; A Song of Toil; Heroes Who Go Unsung; The Fourth Degree; At Last; Temple Building; Tell Him So; Hullo! The Watch-Dog of the Treasury; Consider Before You Cast; The Old Gilt-Trimmed Chapeau; The Good Lives On; The Mystic Temple; Give As He Gave •Grand Lodge Sovereignty by Aldro Jenks •The Breaking Dawn by Wm. H. Bumpas •Reviews of Grand Lodge Proceedings by John W. Brown: of Missouri and Indian Territory; of Kentucky and Colorado; of Kansas and Louisiana (2 issues); of Ohio, Wyoming and Idaho; of Minnesota and West Virginia; of Montana and Pennsylvania; of Michigan; of Iowa; of Nebraska and South Dakota; of Illinois and North Dakota. •Editorial (in multiple issues) •Crests of Masonic Opinion (in multiple issues) •Review of Grand Chapter O.E.S. Proceedings (3 issues) by John W. Brown •Review of Grand Chapter O.E.S.: Michigan; Illinois; Wisconsin •Craft Tidings (in multiple issues) •King Solomon’s Prayer by Wm. R. Gentry •Exclusiveness of Masonry by Jas. B. McFatrich •God, Immortality And Duty by Geo. R. Van De Wart •Masonry Is For Time And Eternity by J.W. Brown •A Legend Of The Temple by John S. Ellis •Geo. M. Moulton, 33 degree •Travels of a Master Mason by A.G. Mackey •Principles Which Govern by Joseph Robbins •Masonry And Liberty by H.M. Furman •Survival Of The Fittest by John S. Ellis •Possibilities of Masonry by Perry M. Hosington •Masonry in the Orient by Chas. S. Lobingier •Crawley Manuscript by Wm. J. Hughan •Feed The Brute by Owen Scott •Junior Warden’s Toast •What Is A Landmark by Frederic Speed •Possibilities of Masonry by Perry M. Hosington •Masonry In the Orient by Chas. S. Lobingier •Crawley Manuscript by Wm. J. Hughan •Fred the Brute by Owen Scott •Junior Warden’s Toast •What Is A Landmark by Frederic Speed •Sublime Degree of Symbolic Masonry by F.O. Butt •Maj. Gen. Joseph Warren by Gilbert P. Brown •Origin of Freemasonry by W.J. Hughan •Legend of the Third Degree by E.E. Bryant •Youth, Manhood and Age by Allen McDowell •Masons Must Be Practical by J.B. McFatrich •Mary and John by John S. Ellis •Ritual and Lecture Makers by Daniel McDonald •American Templary by Geo. W. Warvelle •Valley of Friendship •Methods in Lodge Records by Jas. E. Morcombe •Recognition of Sister Grand Lodges by Aldro Jenks •Rise and Progress of Freemasonry by Trenmore Coffin •Triangle and Masonic Apron by W.E. Ginther •Requirements, Symbols and Teachings of Masonry by W.D. Fenton •Worthy and Well Qualified by W.J. Duncan •Enlarged Opportunities of Iowa Grand Lodge Library by Jos. E. Morcombe •Masonry and Business in Germany by A.T. Swift •Royal Arch Rite by J.M. Hodson •Brief History of Masonry by Jos. E. Morcombe •True Masonic Charity by C.H. Rogers •Pre-Grand Lodge Masonry by John Yarker •Charity That Cheers by George Gillson •The Mission of Masonry by John Arthur •Watchman, What of the Night by W.J. Duncan •Masonic Press Opinions •Friendship, Morality and Brotherly Love by Walter L. Stockwell •The First and the Advancing Step by Lewis H. Blackledge •Masonry and American Institutions by Luis G. Hoffman •Masonry’s Beginning and Advance by John H. Irvine •Freemasonry’s Theory and Practice by Herbert Preston •Duty to the Truth by John W. brown •Today, Tomorrow and After by Norman T. Gassette •Eastern Star Department
Condition: These issues have been bound in cardboard covers with a taped spine; some covers show wear, some has small pieces missing, some have tears, some has stains and all have some soiling; text has some age discoloring, bent page corners, small chips, some small pieces missing, some smudges and some stains; one issue has pulled free of the covers and is loose in the volume; few pencil marks; overall they are good readable copies.
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